Juliette Gordon Low Society
In March 1912, Juliette Gordon Low gathered just a few girls to begin the Girl Scouts. Juliette's outstanding leadership was matched by her stewardship when she converted the carriage house of her home into the first Girl Scout national headquarters, and she gifted the property to Girl Scouts in her will.
Juliette's bequest was the beginning of planned giving to Girl Scouts. If you would like to follow in her footsteps and give the benefits of the Girl Scout Leadership Experience to future generations of Girl Scouts, please complete this form to make us aware of your bequest.
Providing a gift to Girl Scouts in your estate plans can include naming Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia as beneficiary of the following:
- Will (Can be a specific amount or a percent of an estate)
- Retirement plan
- Charitable gift annuity
- Living trust
- Donor advised fund
- Life insurance policy
- Charitable remainder trust
- Charitable lead trust
- Remainder gift of real estate
- Any other gift that benefits Girl Scouts in the
If you have already named us as the beneficiary of a planned gift,
let us know. If you would like more information about how you can
become a member of Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia's Juliette Gordon
Low Society— in a manner that benefits you, your heirs, and Girl
Scouts — please contact LaDon
Girl Scouts of Historic Georgia would love to celebrate your gift. Allowing us to recognize your gift also encourages others to make a planned giving donation. To celebrate your gift, we do not need a copy of your will.